Posts by Alex Christie

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Google Duo Lead Guardian Media Top 100

14 July 2008 | Alex Christie

Today, the Guardian issued its seventh definitive list of what it believes to be “an annual guide to the most powerful people in the [Media] industry”. Topping the charts in 2008 are Google founders Larry [...]

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Upside down Google bombs…

14 July 2008 | Alex Christie

˙ɯɐds sɐ pǝɹǝpısuoɔ sı ʇxǝʇ ɟo puıʞ sıɥʇ ɟı ǝǝs oʇ ƃuıʇsǝɹǝʇuı ǝq llıʍ ʇı ˙˙˙ǝq oʇ sɯıɐlɔ ʇı sɐ pooƃ sɐ sı ɯɥʇıɹoƃlɐ ɹıǝɥʇ ɟı ʎlɹǝdoɹd ʞɹoʍ llıʍ ʇı puɐ ʇuǝʇuoɔ sıɥʇ xǝpuı llıʇs [...]

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How to make your website stand out from the crowd

11 July 2008 | Alex Christie

A lot of websites use stock imagery obtained from sites such as istock photo. But doing this does not guarantee that your website will remain unique, what if someone else comes across an image you [...]

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Internet security breach?

11 July 2008 | Alex Christie

Has anyone been noticing the large number of updates thats been circulating throughout your computer lately? They’re not just updates, they’re security patches. Well I have the answer for that. Last week the security expert [...]

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Yahoo BOSS

10 July 2008 | Alex Christie

Yahoo have opened their sauce  source a bit more with the introduction of BOSS. Build your own Search Service is an even more open source custom search service. Boss goes further than SearchMonkey did and [...]

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The last six months at St. Cyprians school…

9 July 2008 | Alex Christie

  We have had the pleasure of getting to know Simo Sam, our student at St. Cyprians School in Cape Town, in our office today. This is the blog post she wrote when asked what [...]

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Google enters the virtual world.

9 July 2008 | Alex Christie

Google’s latest release is one set to match the hugely popular virtual world – Second Life. It’s a three-dimensional virtual experience website, using a service Google calls “Lively”. It uses real-time virtual world characters known [...]

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Timezones FTW!

9 July 2008 | Alex Christie

Well it seems that the China office has done it again. After my earlier post, once again the early eastern SEO news interception and distribution system (EESEONIADs) seems to be intercepting all of the juicy [...]

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Tricky decisions and tough choices…

9 July 2008 | Alex Christie

As my time at Tamar comes to a close (roughly about 7 weeks now) I have the daunting prospect of finally starting University. One of the standard purchases every student seems to make before starting, [...]

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Yahoo Traffic from Google?

9 July 2008 | Alex Christie

A report done by Heather Hopkins from Hitwise last Thursday reveals that Yahoo’s majority traffic is from Google search and has little to do with its own search service. Hopkins said Yahoo major websites’ traffic [...]